Artists such as Leah Clements, Christine Sun Kim, and Jamila Prowse exercise care as responsibility, access, and inclusivity, and fostering a critical dialogue with others.
Christine Sun Kim
Mis/Communication Highlights Artists Examining the Intersection of Language and Power
The artists in this Stony Brook University exhibition defy many of the linguistic and cultural hierarchies that museums often perpetuate.
This ASL “Stop Asian Hate” Shirt Benefits AAPI Organizations
Asian Deaf creatives Christine Sun Kim and Ravi Vasavan teamed up with Staple Pigeon Streetwear on a fundraiser to combat anti-Asian violence.
Translating Deaf Culture, Christine Sun Kim Underlines the Difficulty of Interpretation
The artist, who gave an iconic ASL performance at the Super Bowl last year, draws our attention to the struggle of power, ideology, and systems in the juncture of languages.
In a Changing Berlin, Artists Face Rising Costs and an Inflated Gender Pay Gap
The figures in a new survey by a Berlin artists’ association point to the general struggle among artists to support themselves through art in a city that is becoming less affordable every year.
A Silent Soundwalk, Noisy with Abstract Compositions
Christine Sun Kim revisits Max Neuhaus’s “LISTEN” 50 years later, in which the musician took a group of his friends on a sonic journey through the Lower East Side.
Art After the Internet
LOS ANGELES — Much of contemporary life is spent behind a screen for work and leisure, with a great amount of time devoted to forming identities and communities through the internet.